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. >> all right. rafael martinez, thank you for joining us. i want to bring in joey jackson, defense attorney. joey, it is an interesting case here. he's decided to hide, basically run from police, but these actions could make things much worse for john mcafee than turning himself in, could they not? >> they could, ted. as you know, often times when a person runs, when a person is no longer anywhere to be found it is used later as consciousness of guilt. if you didn't do anything, have nothing to fear, why run, why hide. it certainly could make matters worse. as you know, ted, he is claiming he fears the police based upon his history with them. they raided his home apparently last april, there were some guns taken from him at that time, there was discussion as to whether he was involved in the drug trade apparently or was producing or distributing a.m. fet a means. there's some concern whether or not the police will treat him fairly if he turns himself in. >> are there motivations for murder when you look at the facts of this? >> it's interesting. i don't know whether, and i don't wa
. >>> welcome back. jesse jackson jr. has checked out of the mayo clinic. he says he suffers from bipolar disorder. he had been hospitalized since june. last week he easily won reelection in his chicago district even though he did not campaign and has not appeared publicly in months. he's being investigated for alleged misuse of campaign funds. still ahead, i will talk with roger simon who says general petraeus should not have resigned as cia director over the affair. he says he should resign over believing that gmail is secure. do you think it will reflect poorly on the military? that's our gut check question. you'll find pictures and this is sharon rose campbell, the biggest yankee fan in the world. she keeps everything going around this place. we use this board to compare car insurance rates side by side so you get the same coverage, often for less. that's one smart board. what else does it do, reverse gravity? [ laughs ] [ laughs ] [ whooshing ] tell me about it. why am i not going anywhere? you don't believe hard enough. a smarter way to shop around. now that's progressive. call or c
in ana kasparian michael shure, jayar jackson here to talk about this. guys before we get into the conversation, oh how how much does it cost us every year? $20 billion to $25 billion on this nonsense that no one thinks it's working. that does not include the cost of incarceration and prosecution, which is gigantic and dwarfs that number. first why are we still doing this if everybody thinks it's not working? don't we live in a no sir. >> beaus people are making money off keeping it legal. prisons make a ton of money. probation officers make a ton of money. they lobby to the white house congress to keep sure we keep harmless drugs like marijuana, and in the meantime people are locked away for this non-violence offense and their lives are ruined. they're behind bars and that's where they learn to be hardened criminals. it really goes back to the issue of money and politics. >> cenk: and local cops make a ton of money. if they seize the material whatever the car the guy is in, etc. then they get the money for that. >> the only way to continue this business is this gravy trai
. >> bill: i hear that jesse jackson jr. might be stepping down. >> no. i don't know about that. >> bill: no running for office? no? >> that would be -- >> bill: but you plan to go back to chicago? >> i do plan to go back to chicago at this point. >> bill: not stay here as part of the federal government -- >> no. i think of, sort of in the spirit of the program think i will take this opportunity to go back and apply. >> bill: what do you tell the young people in 30 seconds who are out there not sure what they're going to do next in their life? >> consider applying. you know, i like many folks who hadn't heard of it, it is worth it to get on the web site and think about it. i think one of the least highlighted but really most significant parts of the program is the fellowship class. there are few professional opportunities at this point in your career where you can sort of be with such a diverse multidisciplinary group learning together. >> bill: great endorsement. from candace johnson -- jones. what am i sa
jackson video, her reaction. >> we posted that on the facebook page. check it out. it's awesome. >> stephanie: i love these things five days later. all this mascara. i'm still crying, america is dying. [ laughing ] now that immigration--what do you call it, comprehensive immigration reform fan sean hannity? what? >> only when it's politically expedient has spoken out. >> stephanie: do we not all not see all the fans, we outdo each other. >> i know, we'll get exploding bird seed and drop it on their heads. line the border with holes and they'll fall right in. >> stephanie: exactly. they were coming up with these road runner schemes. how about if we move the hole so it looks like they're going through--okay. two u.s. senators want to put together bipartisan immigration reform. good. restarting talks on a proposal that includes a path to citizens for illegal immigrants already in the country i'm sure it has nothing to do with it on their side. they just always wanted to do the right thing and we've always been at war with east asia. chuck schumer said he and lindsey graham will con
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